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I am very sorry to tell you that my wife Sue, aka Her Ladyship, died
suddenly and unexpectedly yesterday.
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She had exceptionally fond memories of Sale's last (and ultimately
disastrous) visit to Thomond Park and the before and after craic at
Dolans, and the exemplary way in which your supporters, especially
Glorob and the supporters at the pre-match lunch, helped her with
May she RIP.
Terribly sorry to hear that iBozz, may she rest in peace.
Very sorry to read this iBozz. Best wishes to you all.
I'm desperately sorry to hear your very sad news. Our thoughts and condolences are with you.
As we say over here: Ar dheis De go raibh a h-anam. (May her soul sit to the right of the Lord.)
I well remember your friendly posts in the lead up to, and after the Munster v Sale match, and I'm glad that you have good memories of the occasion.
I'm so very sorry to hear this, may she R.I.P.
A lovely Lady.
Rest in peace Sue.
May she Rest in Peace. My Condolences to you & your family iBozz.
Tragic news iBozz you have my deepest sympathiessmileys/sad.gif RIP Mrs iBozz
I remember meeting Sue. A lovely lady.
May she rest in peace.
Deepest sympathies iBozz, your lady wife was a joy to meet, may she rest in peace
Very sorry to hear this, my sympathy to you and your family iBozz.
smileys/sad.gif Deepest and sincere sympathies to you Roy at this sad time, may her Ladyship rest in peace.
I remember the posts leading up to the game and how thrilled they were to get the reaction they did get from Munster supporters. Rest in Peace.
And good stuff out of Glorob and whoever else looked after them at the time.
Ar dheis De go raibh a h-anam, what a terrible loss for you and yours.
Please accept our deepest condolences.
iBozz, truely sorry to hear of your loss. My sympathy to you, your family and friends at this sad time.
May She Rest In Peace.
Phillipe Saint-Andre is a true Gentleman.
He put up with me bending his ear in Bramhall on Monday and he
already knew about Sue.
She would have been so thrilled to know that he cared.
She would be thrilled also to know that so many of you remember
her from our brief trip to Limerick, which was made so much more
enjoyable for her by the amazing care and attention everyone she
met afforded to her.
We are indeed lucky to be members of the caring and considerate
rugby fraternity, the only truly great international arena where tribal
hostilities last for a periodic 80 minutes and no more.
And thank you all for your very kind thoughts. I am still in a state of
total and utter shock, with a brain seemingly made of jelly, and I still
keep hoping to awake from this unbearable nightmare.
Again, thank you all,
Come over and see us anytime iBozz.
Time & friends will help turn your current sadness and confusion into happier memories.
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